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of the stores. police say he was distraught and attacked the first officer, who had to use his patrol car door to fend off the suspect. >> there eventually was a struggle over the officer's weapon, at which time a second officer pulled out to the scene, observed what was going on, and shot the suspect in the chest two times. >> the officers involved are on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. the suspect is at shock trauma in stable condition. elsewhere in the county, police have made an arrest in connection with a home invasion last month. 32-year-old lavar maurice rich was taken into custody. police say they were able to recover to numerous weapons that were stolen from the home, including a number of handguns and even a hand grenade. baltimore city police have juveniles and a custody in connection with a stabbing attack in the vicinity of penn station. the 37-year-old victim was attacked during an attempted robbery while he was walking on the 1500 block of st. paul st. fortunately, the injuries weren't non-life-threatening, and he is recovering at -- a hospital at
then anthony placido of the dea on u.s. drug enforcement and intelligence gathering. from the nation's capital, this is "washington journal." [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2010] >> over the last two years that has meant taking on powerful interests. powerful interests who have been dominating the agenda in washington for a very long time but they are not always happy with me. they talk about me like a dog. [applause] that is not in my prepared remarks -- but it is true. remarks -- but it is true. host: president obama kicking off the midterm elections with his remarks, prepared an otherwise yesterday in milwaukee, a state that he won in 2008 and where a number of key congressional races are shaping up. it is back to work today following the labor day weekend. the president is in washington. congress returns next week. some of the headlines this september 7. "the new york times" -- once a dynamo, they tech sector slow to hire. and tomorrow obama to push tax breaks for businesses. and the business s
. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> tropical storm hermine is losing steam as it moves through the southern u.s. the storm made landfall in northeast mexico yesterday with winds as high as 65 miles an hour. the area may have gotten lucky with the storm. right now there are no reports of serious injuries or major damage. >>> an out of control wildfires a burned dozens of homes in boulder, colorado. wind gusts quickly spread the blaze. more than 500 residents have been evacuated and 3,000 more are under mandatory evacuation. people living in the area said they are used to wildfires but this is something they had never seen before. >> once the fire storm hit, the flames were up about 200 neat in the air. >> the people, the houses, the pets, all the wildlife, it's devastating. >> the cause of the fire sun noafnlt officials said it's still too early to know how much of the fire has been contained. >>> the to military commander in afghanistan is warning against burning a copy of the koran. there was a plan to do it on the anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks. it has also sparked protests from afghani people here in the u.s
. welcome back. i am stan stovall. >> and i'm mindy basara. thank you for joining us this morning. let's check the weather and traffic. >> sunshine, temperatures in the 70's last weekend. now summer will make a brief comeback. upper 80's today. let's start with what is happening right now. it is comfortable at the present time. this afternoon will feel more like summer. 93% relative humidity. that will be coming down. 88 is the forecasted high temperature. the average high temperature is 81. i know it has been dry out there. we could use some rain. we have a slight chance for rain in the seven-day forecast. >> we have a few things to mention. we did pick up an accident at edmonson avenue. there is fire activity at hillsdale road, which is closed in both directions. the alternate will be garrison. in columbia, we do have a fire. it has shut down harmel drive. alltel it will be cedar lane -- the alternates will be cedar lane. no problems out there. 95 at the toll plaza, switching over to a live view. southbound traffic is in a little heavier but no delays to report. that is the latest on
. thank you for joining us this morning. >> tony pann has a quick look at today's forecast. it has felt like early fall. >> the overnight lows were in the 40's and 50's. we will throw summer back into the picture. people want summer to hang on as long as possible. today and tomorrow, this is for you. we have a few high, thin clouds. 62 degrees at bwi. it warm up quickly. 88 today. the average high temperature is 81. mostly sunny skies all the way through this evening. we will check the seven-day forecast coming up in just a few minutes. we really could use some rain. first we say good morning to kim and see what is happening on the roads. >> good morning. jennifere that ge franciotti is live on the scene at is causing some delays. take garrison avenue instead. there is an accident at edmundson at number carrollton. howard county, there's a road closures because of another fire. the alternate is cedar lane. report of a vehicle fire on northbound 97. we're watching out for that as well. this is the west side of the beltway at liberty road. no problems there to report. we switch over to 95
for joining us, i'm megan pringle. >> vitamin d top of the show. what are we going to talk about? >> it's essential, you need it. and the easiest place to get it is sunshine. so the doctor has great advice. she is going to tell us how we can get it. are we getting enough and what ways to get it. she also has an interesting example for baltimore example. >> move to florida, is that something? >> no. >> from vitamin d, then we talk about wwe. >> i like it. >> smackdown in here tonight. >> our 11:00 producer, dave is so excited about the wrestler. he doesn't have to come in until 3:30 in the afternoon, he came in early. we have the room over there. >> we will talking about the gala. the tent is going up right now. we'll tell you more about that. >> all right, excellent. all that ahead. first, we want to get to today's hot topic. >> we wouldn't think of bracelet used to raise awareness and money to raise so much commotion, but it has. two high schools in california. it's whether or not these bracelets that read i love boobies can be permitted inside two high schools. the most recent
of your top stories are coming up. fox 5 morning news continues right now. >>> we're glad you're with us this morning as we take a look down at wisconsin avenue at 5:00 on this tuesday morning. good morning and thank you for being with us this morning. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm he sarah simmons in for gurvir this morning. welcome to fox 5 morning news. it will still be a little warm out there for the first day of school. not bad though t will be good for the kids not to have to go back to school in the rain there in virginia. so definitely not quite fall yet but we could still be visited by summer as tony struggles just to come back with us. >> after the hot yoga session. >> happy to be back. good morning, everybody. a fine forecast today. we'll see warmer temperatures today than we've seen during last couple of days but not a bad day for the first day of school for those who were remaining at summer vacation. it is all over today, folks. let's take a look at what is happening out there. we'll start with the current conditions. little 70 degrees in the d.c. area at reagan national. sate
city. >> it's glorious for the parents. >> get on the bus. >> exactly. >> good to have you with us. you saw some of the pictures from the wildfires. you know the area really well in colorado. we'll bring you the latest. dozens of homes have been burned including four which belong to some of the firefighters who are fighting the blaze. >> planimagine that. s also you've heard about the controversy near ground zero. and there have been all kinds of people protesting this and one of them is a preacher from down in florida who has been on the march on this. and he has promised to burn a koran on the anniversary on the 9/11 anniversary, and it's gotten an interesting response from commander of our troops in iraq who says this is really a bad idea. we'll have more on that in the news block. >>> we want to get this, first, breaking news this morning, the out of control wildfire which has burned dozens of homes. tropical storm hermine meantime is bashing south texas after coming ashore. we'll go to south texas and hear from don teague, but we want to begin with reporter rick sallinger who joins
to tell us how they are fighting back by counting on a higher power. joy in. >> call it spiritual war fare. plan to fight crime that% involves church, politician and police. >>>in christ name we ppay, amen. >>reporter: under operation good faath churches take responsibility for the 4 block that surround themmas well as the blook in front of them. it is called 4 plus 1. it ammunts to churches having -úmembers walling these streets on a nightly baais. rebuilding relationships with úhe community in hopes of getting criminals locked up. the newwcrime plan has already taken hold in some part of east baltimore and pollce say in thoss areas peace has been restored as fear dissipates. >> fear is decreased by the citizen.. the residents also seeing the crimmnal element -úleave the community. not úhowing upsetting up ssop. go out to and from without getting out of the car and who is going to rob them today or hit them in the head. >>repooter: councilman stoke whose helped organize today's work session saas this is all about come up with a crime plan that is sustainable. he along with
in service right now. >> thank you so much for joining us this morning. that is the latest. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. police are investigating a shooting involving one of their own. >> yesterday morning a man was shot by police after they say he tried to grab an officer's weapon. police were called to the kings point square shopping center for a report of a suspicious man. police encountered the suspect who had parked his suv outside one of the stores. he attacked the first officer who arrived on the scene. >> there was a struggle over the officer's weapon, at which time a second officer pulled up to the scene, observed what was going on, and shot the suspect in the chest two times the crux of the officers involved are on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. the suspect is in stable condition at shock trauma. >> city police have made an arrest in connection with a home invasion last month. lavar rich was taken into custody on monday on fairfax road in northwest baltimore. police were able to recover the numerous weapons that were re
vacation traffic. d.c. metro has the second worst gridlock in the nation. joining us from along the beltway, john townsend. good morning. >> good morning. >> i guess we can be glad we don't have the worst. >> we have the second worst. look at this on 95 and 495. the concourse of 95 and 495, absolute gridlock. this will take almost 45 minutes to untangle and if you're here and you don't see or hear us, your stuck in absolute gridlock. >> how much can we blame on this terrible traffic tuesday, back to school and back to work, as opposed to any other tuesday this time of year? >> well if you live in this area, you know it's been a bad summer. especially in summer with all of the construction going on. but now this is ground zero because everyone comes back to work, everybody is back from vacation and all of the school systems are operational today and that explains this next us of gridlock that we see here today and will feel throughout the area. think about this, there are 3 million workers in our area, 1.5 million of them will drive to work alone. 500,000 people on metro. and you have to inc
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for the majority of us. you will see hillsdale road closed in both directions because of a two-alarm fire there. you can use garrison boulevard to get around. also in columbia, closed between shadow lane and watch chain way because of a fire there. traffic can get by using cedar lane. as we look at the beltway, here we are, traffic still very light, moving at a nice pace. no problems around 695. 83, 95, and 295 checking in clear at this time. megan and jamie, back to you. >> he calls it the most urgent task creating jobs and fixing the economy. president obama says he'll keep fighting to turn the economy around, but is spending $50 million the answer? emily schmidt is in washington this morning. >> this week's president obama is -- to slow the winning. >> i personally think, yes we can is more inspiring than no we can't. >> the washington post poll finds more people saying about the president, no, he hasn't. for the first time, most voters, 52% now disapprove of the way mr. obama is handling his job overall. more voters say the president made the economy worse. >> i am going to keep fighti
, likely faces attempted murder charges. brian kuebler, abc2 news. >> thank you. remember to stay with us and abc2news.com for the latest developments in this investigation. >>> tonight the search is on for a inmate who escaped an officer in baltimore. 26-year-old william lee lucas was being led from one corrections facility to another on greenmount avenue this morning. he was last seen with a blue division of corrections shirt an pants. he's serving four years for robbery and drug charges if you know anything about his whereabouts call 911. >>> teens will be charged as adults in a stabbing near the university of baltimore monday afternoon. police say a man was approached by a 14-year-old boy who asked him if he had change for a $5 bill on meryl avenue. after the man said he couldn't help him another 14-year-old allegedly stabbed him in the back puncturing his lung. >> stabbed him and then fled the scene. then about two or three blocks later tracked down by police. we had officers in the area as part of routine patrol coupled with the university of baltimore. >> 16-year-old deja wilson a
in baltimore county. police are investigating. one candidate affected -- she says someone used a box cutter or razor to cut out the middle of 12 per signs. she is running for baltimore county councilwoman. she claims it happen sometime between 2:00 and 9:00 a.m. this morning in pikesville. >> it is a malicious act. the signs are part of the democratic process. it is part of running for local government -- getting name recognition. it is distressing that people would go to these lengths. >> she says the sign should encourage people to vote to and replacing them will be difficult for her campaign. in baltimore county police have arrested a man they were looking for in connection with a violent home invasion. the 32-year-old was taken into custody earlier today on fairfax road in northwest baltimore. they are glad they recovered handguns and grenades that he had taken during the home in mission last month. three suspects are in custody in the stabbing of a man near penn station that happened earlier today. the 37-year-old man was walking on st. paul street when he was approached by three juven
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of the officer's used the car door to shield himself from the suspect but the man kept coming reaching for the officer's gun. that is when another officer opened fire. >> the suspect,,immediately approached the officer and there eventual low was a struggle over the officcr weapon. with time a second officer pulled up to the ssene, observed what was going on ann shot the suspect in the chest. >> the suspect was taken to shock trauma in critical but stable condition. >>> the woman accused of setting ablaze that hurt a baltimore firefighter is scheduled to be in court today. the trial of 20 years old britney garcia will start this morning. she is facing charges including arson and reckless engagement..3 prosecutors say in aprrl she started a fire in a northwest firefighter jeff novac suffered severe burns in that blaze andú is expected to testify. garcia could spend up to 30 years in jail in founn guiity. >>> there's a motion hearing set for today in the case of a high school teacher accused of having sex with a student on school ú%ounds. carl ray moore was charged in may withhseveral s
to buy ita software. soft airline flights use ita, but concerns whether google's rivals will have access to services. and finds that money does make people happy. the study found the more people make, the happier they are. the results level off after $75,000 a year. i'm rob nelson. that's your money scope report. >>> this morning's money scope report is brought to you by dannon activia. >>> all right, getting pregnant does not come easy for everyone. for some women it's a pain staking process that requires the help with modern medicine. >> we are taking a look at options and treatments for couples wanting to start a family. abc2 news, linda so, tells us about donor eggs. >> you want to see a trick, don't you? >> she always knew she wanted a baby. when she and her husband, doug, started trying and didn't get pregnant, it was disappointing. susan was about to get more bad news. >> i was going towards premature ovarian failure if i wasn't there already. >> susan would not be able to have her own biological child. she would use someone else's eggs. >> that was one of the worst phone ca
th. it's 6:00. jessica kartalija in for don. sharon will check in with us in just a second. let's go to marty. >> clear skies this morning. sunshine through the day. 87 on its way to a high of 90f we get to 90 we'll break a record that goes back to 1988. it's very pleasant. >> hi, sharon. >>> a few issues to talk b luckily congestion isn't one. we have a vehicle on 97 northbound at portersfield road. we have accident in the clearing stage at north carrollton. we still have a two alarm fire that's blocking hillandale road. take oak ore garrett as your alternate. a second fire, a house fire in columbia. harmel drive is closed between shadow lane and watch chain. hickory is your best bet. there's a live look at the west side of the beltway looking good at liberty road. problem-free in and out of the ft. mchenry tunnel. you can always log on to wjz.com. back to you. >>> here's what people will be talking about today. massive flames take over several horse farms filled with thoroughbred horses. this happened at the charlestown race track in virginia. dozens of horses couldn't be saved. >>
more earlier today. >> reporter: montgomery county police are searching for an armed gunman and using everything from police cars to helicopters to armed vehicles. they are receiving assistance from state police. a woman who lives at the avalon apartments in bethesda tells news 4 around 7:20 this morning a woman ran door to door screaming for help saying someone was trying to shoot her. soon after police surrounded the avalon apartments. there were reports of at least one shot fired. montgomery county police say they know who their suspect is. their search to get him into custody led to closing of streets. they closed nearby exits to 270 and locked down walter johnson high school. people in live at the avalon were told to stay in their apartments and those who are out of their apartments were not let back in. >> they are not letting me go back in. i just want to go to work. >> tracee wilkins, news 4. >> joshua prince has been found. price, rather, found and arrested in pennsylvania. we have more on this breaking news story on a live report on news 4 at 5:00. >>> it is back to normal a
. >> terrific to have them here, it gives us all an opportunity to see both of the good teams. >> thousands did show up to cheer on their favorite maryland team right down to the wire. >> to the wide side. he did not make it, dobbs. >> reporter: that stop made navy's game, they the terps walked away with a 17-14 win fans walked away happy. >> it was a close game, thought navy had it but the terps came back in and screamed up. >> preston mitchum, abc the news. >> those interpret pans will be encouraged to walk with friends when they get back to college park after another attack on a student near campus. the assault this weekend is the latest in a string. cheryl conner joins us after talking with students. >> reporter: students have reported three separate incidents, campus police encourage them to walk in groups but even several students have been assaultd at one time. college students often feel invincible buttery sent attacks around college park make them vulnerable. >> it shows you you're never really safe. >> reporter: shannon palmer hangs out with her roommate at work so they don't have to
or recycle centers. its worth more than other metals used for wiring. police believe there may be more. >> it's still ongoing. there may be other wire these individuals may have if their possession. may have taken. this wire was valued at several thousand dollars. >> reporter: the fact that it was good clean copper wire and you can get more money for it at a junk yard. it was early in the morning and dark out here, diligent police work ended up in an arrest. don harrison for abc2 news. >> both suspects are charring with felony theft. >>> anne arundel county police also say this man slip $0,000 worth of underarmer merchandise off his delivery truck and into his home. $20,000. police say charles price was a courier with air freight plus. he said he was removing merchandise while making deliveries for the company. it's believed he may have stolen as much as $50,000 in underarmor merchandise over a two-year period. >>> a manhunt for a maryland man considered to be armed and dangerous comes to an end. 31-year-old joshua prince has surrendered to authorities in pennsylvania. police say prince was o
temperatures. >> reporter: you see the sunshine out there. we have a frontal system that could bring us, maybe, and we need it, a shower. take a look at radar to our west. a brief line of showers popping up over poardles of high -- portions of ohio. it may get windy and turn a lot cooler. it's eye very -- a very warm day today. take a look at the computer. we have for tomorrow, extreme fire danger. because of the winds expected tomorrow. a red flag warning for jersey areas. and for the rest of the entire state there, fire weather watch. be careful outside the next few days, until we get some rain, which doesn't look like we have a great chance of getting that rain over the next couple of days. very couple. with any cookouts, campfires expected. >>> bernadette in the outback with a look at the record we broke today. bernadette? >> reporter: we all know it's been a very warm summer. and that may actually be an understatement. but now it is officially the time with more 90-plus degree days than any other. we hit 91 degrees. that means it is the 55th time this year we've hit 90-plus days. previous
us more about their tour. g good morning, jamie. that's right. we caught up with the tour of duty this morning. they ran just past us headed wards washington, d.c. the first responders took to the road early august from california just to commemorate september 11 and those who lost their lives. you can see the video here. they had an escort which is great for safety. firefighters have come from all over the world. even as far as australia just to participate in this lune. the team hopes arrive in new york city on saturday for the 9th anniversary of the september 11 attack. the team is broken up into three groups. each group runs for six hours and then they recover for 12 hours and again, you can see the team, two of them running side by side on their way into dc and it's all in an effort to honor their fellow brothers and sisters who lost their lives on september 11. now it's important to note that the team is also raising money for a variety of charities as well. in the studio, sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> 6:34. listen. are you feeling down? perhaps a hug can pick you up. >>
campus where are %-keith, what can you tell us..3 >>well, jjff, county police and a warning tonight after the attacks, on seven students. puck ket it rrally hit close to home. the latest off campus assault and robbery, of the university of maryland student. the police say the victim was walking alone, on harwiik road and princeton avenue when four ú%spects beat and robbed him. it happened at about 2:00 sunday on frazier and puck ket's block. >> f course it is frighteningg to know that these things are happening right where we walk -very day. >> a lost times ou don't thiik it could happen to you. but it can.3 youuknoww it could be your friend or neighbor. especially if it is goiig on on your road.3 so it is definitely scaree >> that robbery ollows two other recent attacks. including an august 29th robbery, in which five suspects approached three students, waiting at the universitt shuttle stop outside of the ú%iversity club apartments, on vernon houue road. two of the students ran away. but the other, was grabbed, assaulted, and robbed. >> it is frustrating. very frustrating. because
. >> it'' scary. it couud easily have been us. attaccs in recent weeks. on august 27, three students getting into a car at the collarrion parking lot and three of the university clubú apartments. two of those students were able to run away, but the 3rd wass3 assaulted, grabbed and robbed. still there's no suspects. megan gilliland. fox 45 early edition. >>> it happened last night near3 lafat yela fayette street. three men were shot and tookk3 themsslves to the hospital. right.. expected to be all >>> it happeneddyesterday at a about 8:00 in the morning at the king's poiit square shopping centtr at randallstown. police were called to the shopping center after a call to 911 about a man acting erratically in theeparking lott when officers arrived and tried to get out of car, police say theeman attacked them. oneeof the officers used the car door to shield himself from the suspect but the man still kept coming reaching for the officer's gun. that is when the other officer openee fire. >>> the suspect immediately approached the officer and %-there eventually was a strugg3 over the office
that honors the families of fallen men and women who died on 9/11. >> you can track the group's progress using gps. go to wjz.com for the latest. >>> the ravens regular season is under way. some of the purple birds biggest fans turn out at bells point before 6:00 a.m. on the holiday to prove it and with a strong preseason, some fans are talking super bowl already. don't forget you can see the ravens kick off this season next month against the new york jets. catch all the action right here, beginning with the pregame show at 6:30. we will gladly move out of the way for that to happen at 6:30. >> one week from tonight. plane down over vegas, coming up next, how a small plane wound up in a residential street just streets down from the vegas strip. >>> like everybody else, maryland state fair officials have been sweating it out. i'm pat warren, coming up on eyewitness news. they're hoping that cooler temperatures and beiber fever will help balance things out. >>> i'm bob turk, i'll have your complete warning forecast coming up next. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] mcdonald's new chicken flatbread
are negative. what this tells us more than anything else is there is not confident about where things stand. >> 61% of the country is headed in the wrong direction, a climate that could spell disaster for democrats. >> when the party in power is looking for change, the incumbent party loses. >> the president continues to lose approval rating. despite a recen focus on economic recovery, residents in milwaukee on monday presented in a pledge for infrastructure spending. >> that is the choice we face this far. do we want to go back or do we want to go forward? cracks in a major economic talk will be in cleveland tomorrow. >> they are not concerned about the president's poll numbers. they're concerned with whether or not they have a job, how they will pay the bills. >> the poll numbers are sure to be a concern for some democrats. they are evenly split on which path -- which party they like to see in power. among likely voters, republicans now hold a nine point lead. they could gain control of the congress. today, robert gibbs says he remains confident the democrats will stay in control. in wash
. police say a man fired one shot at has ex-girlfriend, using a high-powered rifle. it happened near tilden middle, which were both locked down for three hours. the lockdown was lifted this afternoon. and students were sent home with a heavy police presence. the intended victim was not struck by the gunfire. denise? >> thank you, kai. a short time ago, the suspect turned himself in to police without incident. >>> a somber start to the new year at loyola university here in baltimore. a 20-year-old senior is found dead inside his dorm room. wjz is live near the campus now. weijia jiang has more on how students are coping with this sudden loss. weijia? >> reporter: vic, at this very moment, hundreds of students are at a memorial to remember a young man who was well-known, well-liked and less than a year from gradualitying -- graduating. >> reporter: on the first day of classes, an almost tangible sadness surrounds campus. the community is dealing with the sudden passing of 20-year- old evan gerardi. he was found in his dorm room, unresponsive, and without vital signs. just hours later, hundred
away. they also recovered the knife used to stab the unidentified 37-year-old victim in the back. a month ago this man who refused to give us his name claims a group of teens also approached him. in the same neighborhood. >> i was on my way home. one kid asked me -- ( indiscernible ) -- two more walked up. >> reporter: he claims one teen raised their arm as if to strike him. >> ( indiscernible ) -- put his hand up. i told him not to do it. >> reporter: the latest stabbing happened in the middle of the afternoon. >> there's a lot of college people around here. i don't know why that would happen. >> i wouldn't have walked down here if i had known that. >> reporter: police stepped up patrols surrounding penn station a after the fatal stabbing of a johns hopkins researcher in july. >> it's frustrating for police especially in this area where you have increased patrols, you have cameras, the university of baltimore police, the university of maryland police, the baltimore police. there are plenty of resources in that area. and the fact that young men and women resort to violence for
, the folks that tell us they're not likely to vote, they actually approve of the president's job with 75% approval rating. these are minorities and young voters. they have no interest in this election, if they get interested, they could close that gap. >> how do you get them interested? >> look, that's what the president's trying to do. here's what's odd. turnout goes up, people get enthusiastic about voting when they're unhappy. this small slice of voters, it's only 10% of the electorate, they're happy with the president, they're happy with democrats so they don't see a reason to get off their keisters and go out and vote right now. maybe that will change, but i'll be honest, our pollsters tell us it's very unlikely. >> let's take a look at who voters want to control congress. and the poll shows there's a tie, 43% of all responders would like to see democrats hold congress, 43% would like to see republicans gain control of congress. but when you boil that down to likely voters, the republicans have a 9 point advantage. >> let's boil that down to actually house seats, a nine point advant
also when we open this up a little bit just off to our northwest there is a front approaching us. this front doesn't have a whole lot to. it it is trying to tap into moisture from what was -- what still is tropical storm hermine now on shore making its way through texas. but, it's so dry because of the beautiful days that there's now a high threat for fire danger. take a look at this traffic. we have across most of the area a red flag warning goes into effect tomorrow during the day. the front will come through. more impressively the winds will pick up and the dry air is something to be aware of. so we'll keep you up to date on that. >> thank you. we'll head to sharon gibala live at wjz traffic control. sharon? >>> already some stuff to talk about for the afternoon commute, including an accident on the beltway. fortunately, no major delays but mean for ones at harford road on the top side outer loop, i should say. are a looking at two accidents in the city, east madison and west coal spring. a crash in anne arundel and one on severn. fire activity in rosedale blocking chessico av
. we contacted will forms, but so far we've not received any response. the county fire department used water to flood the sewer line hoping that would get rid of the gas diems. the key to their investigation and plans to be that bad here tomorrow morning. reporting live -- reporting live from rosedale, barry simms, wbal-tv 11 news. >> a massive fire killed within two dozen horses in virginia. >> more than 65 horses were housed in the barn. they see the fire consumed a total of three barnes. the witness was able to take a video of the fire with his cell phone. the 27 horses killed in all. flames shot as high as 50 feet in the air. damage to the barn is valued at more than $1 million. because of the fire is still under investigation. >> he was hit by a stolen car in the west baltimore. officers were following the car when it crashed in the area here. the suspect jumped the media and hit a man selling newspapers. >> i got out of the car thinking my windshield was broke. i looked and a guy was on the ground. it was scary. it was something that of a movie. >> merkel the victim is exposed --
to e muscular dystrophy. >> i like coming to wwrk especially this week. everybody greets us warmly with a smile and thanks for what you're doing out there. >> last year thh ccty and counny %-$188,000.ments raised ú%th those of other viewers like you helped to make this year mda jerry lewis telethon a big success. >> people in the baltimore regionnhelped raise more than a million dollars for jerry's kids ooer the labor day holidaa. nationally the telethon brought in nearll $59 million that s slightly less than the $60 million americans donated last year and the recood $655million in contributions that were made in 2008. lewis says he is impressed by the nntion's ability to give even when people are struggling financially. >>> coming up on in the earry edition.3 the city spends tees of thousands f dollars each month to lease one building. >> it's been a great deal for whoever is getting he lease ppymentssbut not so much for taxpayers. >>> the other thing that baltimore has to pay for that expensive. >>> a stunning day on the bay. %-it ill make for a warm one. we have breezy cond
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